Waste plastic bottles are removed from landfills and coastal areas every day.
Recycled plastic bottles were used to make yarn and monofilaments.
Collectors receive direct and indirect income.
Renewable energy installed.
Litres of waste water treated.
Fulltime jobs provided.
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To reduce and recycle plastic waste, and bid farewell to the plastic menace, the HDFC Bank partnered Eco Spindles recently. The programme will place plastic …
Eco Spindles (Private) Limited, a subsidiary of BPPL Holdings PLC, Sri Lanka’s largest plastics recycler, recently concluded its 8th annual Kataragama Waste Management Project by …
Sri Lanka’s plastic recycling capabilities and infrastructure are set to soar with BPPL Holdings PLC, the country’s pioneer in the field, securing long-term funding of …
BPPL HOLDINGS TRIUMPHS AT ‘BEST CORPORATE CITIZEN SUSTAINABILITY AWARD 2021’ WINNING FIRST RUNNER-UP AWARD
BPPL Holdings PLC, Sri Lanka’s largest plastics recycler equipped with one of only two plants in the world capable of creating polyester yarn directly from …
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